This Friday, September 18, the Metropolitan Commission of Public Institutions of Higher Middle Education (Comipems) will publicize the results of the higher middle education admissions exam.
There will be three ways students will be able to review their results.
On the website https://www.comipems.org.mx/, or via email that will be sent to students with the results.
If you consult through the page you must have at hand the proof-credential, as it is necessary to capture the folio number and the CURP.
Entering the system will display the result, the explanation by requested educational option, and the procedure you must follow based on the result of enrolling in the school.
The results should be printed as here comes important information according to the result.
If the result is ASI (assigned) the information that comes in your results will be regarding the requirements and the procedure to be followed for enrollment in the selected campus.
If the result is CDO (contestant entitled to another option) you will be informed about places and dates to apply for pre-registration in any educational option that still has places available.
If the result is NP (not presented) information will be given on modules in which they will give options to continue the studies.
If the result is BI (low due to irregularity) information will also be given about places and dates to show up and find options to continue the studies.
The second option to know the results is via the email the student provided when enrolling in the Comipems exam. If they receive it, it is not necessary to review the portal, as it already includes the file with the results and procedure information.
It can also be consulted through the Comipems app.
If you lost the proof of credential and do not know your Folio and CURP you can call EDUCATEL: 55 3601 7599 or lada at no cost 800 288 6688.
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